|Grape variety||100% Pinot Noir|
|Geography||Côtes de Beaune|
Terroirs and vinification
The rich soils are composed of limestone and clay and are well drained thanks to small pebbles. The earth is in places reddened by iron oxide.
The vines are on average 45 years old and are cultivated with reasoned agriculture.
The wines are aged for 10 to 12 months in barrels with a proportion of 20% new barrels.
Food and wine pairing
Thanks to solid and dense tannins, the wines of Pommard go perfectly with wild meats, whether it is game with hair or feathers, grilled, roasted or braised, beef, lamb or poultry. . The association with cheeses will also be assured with Burgundian cheeses such as Epoisses, Langres or Comté.
Keeping and serving temperature
Serve between 14 and 16 ° C
Keeping: 10-15 years
Medals and awards
A deep red color with light mauve reflections
A nose of small red and black fruits (blackberry, blueberry, plum, redcurrant) and powerful aromas that evolve over time towards wild notes of leather and game, or chocolate and pepper.
This wine needs time to open up fully and present itself in its best light: roundness, structure, fruitiness, richness and tannins for a balanced and solid wine.